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Dawning of a New Age

The advent of additive manufacturing is poised to change the world in ways we have yet to imagine.

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Going for Gold

Hosting an international sporting event can be a great source of pride but is unlikely to pay off financially.

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Breaking Down the Walls

Pushing different lab benches together to solve some of the nation’s most pressing health care challenges.

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Numbers Expert

Eliminating errors from computer calculations generates more realistic simulations.

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Significant Slumber

Shedding light on how critical sleep patterns vary across our life span.

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The Green Oak Project

A passionate team uses creativity and unorthodox materials to design the next generation of sustainable buildings.

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Seeing Things in a New Light

Bioluminescent zebrafish show potential to save time and money in the development of new drugs for humans.

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